Monthly Archives: July 2011

Revelation- Just A Delusion ?!

My wife and I were sitting reading an article about the island of Patmos in a travel magazine.  It was quite interesting.   Showed some great pictures of this Greek island, as well as including some notations about the fact that … Continue reading

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Technology 101

Have you ever wondered what God thinks about our technology?  Do you believe he approves of it? Why do we have it now and why wasn’t it available when Moses wrote the Ten Commandments on stones? Where was it when … Continue reading

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Mr. Uncle Sam, don’t touch my Apple Fritter

I usually live life on an even keel. I once had an odd keel, but fortunately, I had the good sense to throw it back into the water from whence it came. I take pride in maintaining a certain sense … Continue reading

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Gracious Confusion

 I was miraculously converted to Christianity through a two by four.  While I was not exactly hit in the head with a piece of board I did receive a complete shaking of my life.  The wonderful thing was that … Continue reading

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No Matter What – Yes I Can Hear You Now

There are a lot of technological advances that we enjoy every day. I enjoy blow drying my hair via a gun-shaped air spitting apparatus versus the old here-sit-under this-hot-bucket-thing until your hair is fried. In magazine ads for the old bucket dryers … Continue reading

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Tiptoeing through the 60s

Now that I have safely escaped the infamous 50-something stage of life, I am carefully testing the waters before me. They look calm, but you never can be sure. Moreover, at this juncture of my life I am in no … Continue reading

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Fox Hole Christianity

(Mat 8:19-20 NIV)  Then a teacher of the law came to him and said, “Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go.” {20} Jesus replied, “Foxes have holes and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man … Continue reading

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Alcoholism, The Search For Truth Part II (Demonic Oppression)

In my post “Christ Power Over Addiction is Real“, I revealed demonic oppression/possession as the true nature of addiction, evident by my own deliverance, when a demon stepped out my body while fighting and screaming to stay. The disease concept … Continue reading

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A farewell to the 50s

Whoever said, “All good things must come to an end,” knew whereof he spoke. Why is it that something really good goes by so quickly and something really bad hangs around forever, or so it seems. Let me explain a … Continue reading

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Alcoholism, The Search For Truth, Part I

As a former heroin and cocaine addict, and alcoholic who has been delivered for over 20 years, I have a God assignment to reveal truth to those who will hear. It is my mission and passion to be an instrument … Continue reading

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Obedience is Better

When Israel cried out for a king in order that they might be like other nations God warned them that the king would forget God.  They persisted in their request and God gave them what they asked.  Saul was a … Continue reading

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God Is Good in All Things….

Have you ever been upset enough with something in your life to wonder aloud (or in your own quiet thoughts)… “What kind of God would let this happen?” There will be days when what we think is nice or good … Continue reading

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A Thread of Compassion

Growing up with a pastor-father, I knew the book of James inside and out. At least I thought I did: control the tongue, ask the Lord for wisdom, and remember not to merely listen to the Word but to do … Continue reading

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Freedom Isn’t Free and Neither is Throwing Stones

Three years have passed as this country watched with their eyes glued to the TV about the Casey Anthony case. I am aware most of you have had enough of this, as have I. Now the trial is over and … Continue reading

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At That Time

Luke 1:26-45 gives us the account of the conception of the Christ within the womb of his mother Mary.  Our world is sharply divided over the issue of abortion.  I have avoided talking about it most of the time because … Continue reading

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